Due to her personal connections with the church, Keith and Karen chose to marry at St Peter’s Church in Wellesbourne, Warwickshire, the parish where the bride once lived.
The couple has a friend who is a vicar, so they were able to do the address, and Keith’s son played his guitar during the signing of the register. One of the songs he played was written by Keith, which made it extra special. Some of the bride and groom’s friends helped to ring the church bells too, ensuring they pealed extra loudly for Keith and Karen’s big day.
The bride walked down the aisle with her father to one of her favourite songs, 'Mediation from Thais' by Jules Massenet, and Keith chose two hymns to be sung. The couple also had two readings at their wedding.
The couple exchanged rings, with Karen receiving a wedding ring from Beaverbrooks, whilst Keith re-used his father’s wedding ring, polished and engraved with their wedding date.